All posts by Jenny R - Mamazou

Being is better than having
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Being is better than having

“start a child on the right road and even in old age he will not leave it…” At a time when mental health is the buzzword, where schools employ Counsellors, in this absurdly competitive environment, I have come to one conclusion. Whatever else is going on let us all be aware of the well-being of…

Asda Recipe Feature:  Cheats Apple Tart
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Asda Recipe Feature: Cheats Apple Tart

Sweet apples and zingy lemon give this tart fruity flavour, while pre-prepped pastry makes it easy! Ingredients: – 375g Asda ready rolled shortcrust pastry – 4 eggs beaten – 180g caster sugar – 3 lemons, juice and zest – 5 Asda Grower’s Selection Gala apples Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Use the pastry…

I’m not OK but I’m OK…
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I’m not OK but I’m OK…

Yesterday my husband called me bionic. And today, my friend told me that I was one of the bravest and positive people she knows. Both those comments left me feeling humbled. Their kind words, they made me smile. As I was hugging my friend goodbye, I saw my phone light up – an email from…

An Interview with Lyndsay
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An Interview with Lyndsay

Lyndsay’s story is really quite remarkable as she didn’t know she was pregnant until just 5 hours before she gave birth.  I loved interviewing her and hope that you enjoy her story too 🙂  How did your parenting journey start? My parenting journey started on a Spring night in May and I had just tried…

Pi Pizza – Date Night Review
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Pi Pizza – Date Night Review

Like most parents, date night in our household tends to be a rarity,. So when we were presented with an invitation to review Pi Pizza, I jumped out my chair and leapt for joy. No really, I did. As a huge lover of carbs, specifically Pizza, the sound of this place already ticked the box….

An Interview with Natalie Schroeder
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An Interview with Natalie Schroeder

Natalie blogs about the beautiful, chaotic reality of raising three small human beings, with the added challenge of having a child with congenital heart defects.  How did your parenting journey start? I was 24,  in graduate school, and my husband and I just celebrated our one-year wedding anniversary.  We had been excited about becoming parents…